Guest Artist and Clinician
Kaju Lee, pianist, has been critically acclaimed in performances around the world. She has performed in Australia, Austria, Canada, the Philippines, South Africa, South Korea, and throughout the United States including the University of South Africa, Sydney Conservatorium, the Seoul Arts Center, and the Grahamstown National Arts Festival, the second largest performing arts festival in the world. She performs in a duo with New Zealander cellist Emily Duffill. “Duo Élément” has presented concerts to critical acclaim in the United States, Asia and Australia. Their recording, “100 Years of Music for Cello and Piano,” is available through iTunes, Amazon.com and cdbaby.com.
Kaju Lee completed her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Collaborative Piano at the University of Colorado – Boulder, where she studied with world-renowned teacher, Anne Epperson. She also has received degrees from the Manhattan School of Music and McGill University in Montréal. Dr. Lee is Assistant Professor of Piano Pedagogy and Collaborative Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, where she oversees the piano/keyboard area, and teaches piano, class piano and piano pedagogy. In the summer, she teaches at the Interlochen Arts Camps in Michigan. Please visit her website for more information: kajuleepiano.com